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Music for voices, viola and harp | The Ionian Singers

When
Saturday November 25, 2017 at 19:30
Where
All Saints Church, West Dulwich, London
Tickets
£13, (£11 concessions)
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  1. I sing of a maiden - Sir Arnold Bax
  2. Love's Tempest Op 73 No 1 - Sir Edward Elgar
  3. Go, song of mine Op 57 - Sir Edward Elgar
  4. Beau soir - Claude Debussy, arranged for chorus and harp by Timothy Salter
  5. Nuit d'étoiles - Claude Debussy, arranged for chorus and harp by Timothy Salter
  6. In Smyrna - Sir Edward Elgar, arranged for viola and harp by Timothy Salter
  7. Extract from Fantasy Sonata for viola and harp - Sir Arnold Bax
  8. Twelfth Night - Samuel Barber
  9. In praise of Apollo - Dominick Argento
  10. Prelude No 5 in G, from 13 Preludes - Sergey Rachmaninov, arranged for viola and harp by Timothy Salter
  11. Pour invoquer Pan, from 6 épigraphes antiques L 131 - Claude Debussy, arranged for viola and harp by Timothy Salter
  12. Extract from Romeo and Juliet, concert suite - Sergey Prokofiev
  13. Prelude, from Suite bergamasque - Claude Debussy, arranged for viola and harp by Timothy Salter
  14. Nocturne, for chorus, viola and harp - Timothy Salter

The Ionian Singers and their conductor Timothy Salter will be joined by violist Luba Tunnicliffe and harpist Oliver Wass, members of the Pelléas Ensemble, for a concert on Saturday 25th November in All Saints Church, Rosendale Road.

An exciting mix of music arises from the unusual combination of voices and the two instrumentalists who will perform both as a duo and with the choir.

The programme will include English music by Bax, Elgar and Salter (his Nocturne for harp, viola and chorus) and Russian works for the duo by Rachmaninov and Prokofiev (movements from Romeo and Juliet). A selection of piano pieces and songs by Debussy, transcribed by Salter, and a rarely heard choral piece by American composer Dominick Argento, his robust setting of Keats’s celebratory poem Hymn to Apollo, complete the programme.


Venue
All Saints Church, West Dulwich
Lovelace Road
London
London
SE21 8JY
England
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